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Page 10 )'he Free Press Hlarcli 6, 2003 BY BRENTSTRONG Westlake from knotting thetiebreaker with Westlake. Third Staff Writer game up in the second half. The place belongs to Westlake at the season series with Westlake moment with a 9-2-2 record and HAYS CISD-The Hays High ended up with Hays claiming a Austin High is still pushing for School girls soccer team win and a tie against the usually the final spot with an 8-3-2 only has one regular seasonunbeatable Chaparrals. record. Hays owns a tiebreaker .game remaining, but that one This year marks the best sea- over Austin High and cannot game is the difference between son Hays has enjoyed against slip below the third and final second and third place. Westlake. The first game in the playoff spot. Hays can clinch second in series was a 2-1 Hays victory, The biggest game in istdct :the district with a win over giving Westlake its first home play this Friday is between :Akins this Friday. But Hays had loss since 1999 and the Rebels' Westlake and San Marcos. :to get through a tough Westlake first triumph ever against the Westlake could be ousted from L :game to begin to talking about Chaparrals. The tie last Friday the playoffs should it lose to San playoffs. And the Rebels are makes this the first season Hays Marcos while Austin High beats 3alking about the playoffs, hav- has gone without a loss to the Seguin. 'ing clinched a spot with a tie. Chaparrals in district play. The playoffs start on Last Friday's Westlake game The district race is still inter- Tuesday, March 18. Hays does iended in a 1-1 draw, but, more esting heading into the final not yet know its opponent. The ;importantly, Hays didn't lose game. Bowie has clinched first final regular season game will any grourtd in the district race. place and sports a 10-2-1 record, be this Friday night against Hays led the Chaparrals 1-(i at Hays is in second place with a 9- Akins at Barton Junior High at the break, but couldn't keep 2-2 record by virtue of a 7:45 p.m. The and and B.A.C.C. business they'll be will be honoring people in fhe doing it businesses community on Staff Report "T AYS CISD-Britni Lawrence il &is off to a remarkable start ifor the Hays High School track and field team with her dominat- BOYS SOCCER HAYS 1, Westlake 0 Goals--- HAYS: Robbins 1. Assists-- HAYS: Parker 1. HAYS 0 1--1 Westlake 0 O--0 HAYS 1, Seguin 0 Goals- HAYS: Bertadillo 1. HAYS 0 1--0 Seguin 0 0--0 GIRLS SOCCER HAYS'i,~/estlake 1 Goals-- HAYS: Brown; Westlake: Anderson. Assists-- HAYS: none; Westlake: Schmandt HAYS 1 0--0 Westlake 0 1=--0 BASEBALL Converse-Judson Tournament HAYS 7, Converse-Judaon 2. WP: Crabill (1-0). 2B: HAYS-Froeschl, Flores. HR: HAYS-Weatherford. HAYS 5, San Antonio Central Catholic 4. WP-Summers (3-0). 2B: HAYS-Froeschl. Victoria Memorial 7, HAYS 2. LP-Weaver (0-2). HAYS 9, San Antonio O'Connar 8 WP: Cain (1-0) 2B: HAYS-Villegas, Miller HR: HAYS- Weatherford. MI Thursday, March 6 Baseball HAYS at Victoria Tournament, TBA. Hays Junior Varsity in Hays JV Tournament, TBA. Friday, March 7 Girls Soccer HAYS vs. Akins at Barton Junior High, 7:45 p.m. Baseball Hays Junior Varsity in Hays JV Tournament, TBA. Saturday, March 8 Boys Soccer HAYS at Akins at Burger, 10:30 a.m. Baseball HAYS at Victoria TBA. Tournament, Hays Junior Varsity in Hays JV Tournament, TBA. Tuesday, March 11 Baseball HAYS vs. p.m. Bowie at Hays, 7:00 Friday, March 14 Baseball HAYS at Crockett at Burger, 2:00 p.m. ing performance at the San records for Hays High School and Marcos meet on Feb. 22. the San Marcos meet. In addition, Lawrence, who won the Carl she tied the winning boys height Lewis Invitational in Houston in for the meet. January, challenged state records Lawrence also attempted 11 in her very first high school outing feet, 10 inches to beat the state of the season, hitting 11 feet, 6 record, but came up a little short. inches to beat the rest of the field Her personal record of 11 feet, 8 by two bar heights, inches is one inch short of the With her vault, Lawrence set a state record. Cromwell Construction, Inc. 320 N. Main St ate. 101, Buda 312-8174 COMMERCIAL GENERAL CONTRACTOR Metal Buildings Tilt Waft Design/Build w rj) "ql =1 A V m w 0 ITi Local Library. Events CHILDREN'S STORYTIME at the Kyle Community Library Every Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. BI-LINGUAL STORYTIME coming to the Buda Public Library Mondays in March at 10:30 a.m. Listen to stories and sing simple songs in Spanish and English. All ages are welcome. Free. KUNDALINI YOGA at the San Mareos Library on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Fridays of each month at 6 p.m. Bring a towel or blanet to sit on. Everyone welcome. Hours of Operation: (Buda Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Basil Anthony Moreau Library Kyle Public Library) Community Library 10am-8pmMonday 1 lam-5pm 10am-8pmTuesday 10am-8pm 10am-8pmWednesday 10am-6pm 10am-8pmThursday 10am-Spm 10am-5pmFriday 10am-6pm 10am-5pmSaturday 9am-3pm ClosedSunday Closed San Marcos Wimberley Village Public Library Library Monday 10am-9pm Monday 10am-8pm Tuesday 10am-9pm Tuesday 10am-6pm Wednesday 10am-9pm Wednesday 10am-8pm Thursday 10am-9pm Thursday Closed Friday 10am-6pm Friday 10am-6pm Saturday 10am-5pm Saturday 10am-4pm Sunday 1 pm-6prnSunday Closed ! includes Poker Chips Cajun Dinner and Door Prizes sure nom! Please fill out the form beloW to nominate the business or businessperson of your choiceand mail or fax it to the Buda Area Chamber of Commerce: P.O. Box 904 100 Houston St. Buda, TX 78610 Fax: 295-9999 f 8 l I I I I I I I I I I I l I R I l I I I~ BUDA AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Name: Organization: Adress: Telephone: i Category: Small Business of the Year* Large Business of the Year* Businessman of the Year* Volunteer of the Year Citizen of the Year Please explain the contributions made by the individual or business to the community. Why do they deserve this recognition? *Must be a member of the Buda Area Chamber of Commerce. I Award Selection: Nominees will be judged on the accomplishments in their respective fields and their participation in community activities. A nominee's leadership, special skills, notable contributions, experience, community service, and overall achievements are some of the criteria on which nominees are awarded, the Board of Directors of the Buda Area Chamber of Commerce will be the selection committee. Deadline for submission is March 14, 2003 Information submitted will be confidentail and will be used only by the selection committee. Nominator: Signature: Telephone: Please use separate piece of paper if necessary .1 ' fl, m.a